"Practice Makes Perfect" Stay beautiful :))
I began modeling as a child for Baby GAP and have since continued with various print work and commercials. In my line of work makeup has played a huge role in my job. I took a huge interest in what makeup artists were doing to my face and I wanted to learn how to achieve these amazing looks on my own at home. My love for makeup began there, and my makeup collection was started.
Here I will share photos and videos of the tricks and techniques I have learned from my makeup artists on set and have practiced over the years. Makeup is a form of beauty, but moreover it is an outlet for fun an expression, which is why I can't get enough of it.
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FAQQ:Where did you learn how to do makeup?
A: Largely from makeup artists who have worked on me on set for photo shoots over the years. But as I became busier with school and modeled less, YouTube has been my biggest learning inspiration.
Q: Do you wear makeup on a daily basis?
A: Yes. from modeling it just became a habit I guess. And as I got better at doing it on my own at home and learning new techniques, now I find it the best part of my day.
Q: Would you want to become a makeup artist one day?
A: Absolutely! But probably not as my main career or main source of income. I would love to do bridal makeup and photo shoots when not working, but I have other passions I am in school for now.